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... snacks from the camper and use the potty and continued on our way. The kids entertained themselves with coloring, Kindles, books and the last resort DVD played in the laptop.
All was well until we were traveling on 95 South in Maryland and saw signs everywhere that you couldn't carry hazardous materials beyond exit 55 which is the last exit before the Fort McHenry tunnel (propane tanks are not allowed in tunnels...who knew?). So we ...
... full day again. We left about 3:30pm and walked down the National Mall to the Washington Monument (big Egyptian looking obelisk). Tickets to the top were sold out so we just checked it out from the bottom, took a few photos of the monument, down across the reflecting pool to the Lincoln Memorial and then across the park to the White House (which looks less than impressive, small, from here??). We walked back up to the sculpture park but only Matthew felt like ice skating and ...
because of these wars... How and when did lands and religions become more
important than humanity. I couldn't imagine losing a family member even to old
age and then there were these wars and acts of terrorism that had been
destroying humanity and ruining families forever. People had lost family
members in moments... just like that.. It felt so depressing and well... unnatural
in every way.
And yet what a thoughtful way of giving ...
... the southern states. The electoral college had a narrow margin between the two. At the last possible moment, the Republicans determined that if Florida, Louisiana, and South Carolina could be tipped in favor of the Republicans, Hayes would win. They went ahead with the plan; the Democrats knew the Republicans had something up their sleeves. They figured it out, ...
... National Anthem 'Star-Spangled Banner' (a poem by Francis Scott Key written during the war of 1812, when the Americans fought the Brits) the melody for the song is a British song!!! How ironic. I'm not much of a museum person really, but I found this place really interesting....although there was far too much information to take in and after a couple of hours, I felt exhausted from information overload! Note to anyone wanting to visit, break ...